Friday, June 26, 2015

Oz 0.14.0 Release

All, I'm pleased to announce release 0.14.0 of Oz. Oz is a program for doing automated installation of guest operating systems with limited input from the user. Release 0.14.0 is a bugfix and feature release for Oz. Some of the highlights between Oz 0.13.0 and 0.14.0 are: Fix a bug in checksum checking (this should work again) Add a global lock around pool refresh; should get rid of a user-visible failure Support for Debian 8 Support for Ubuntu 15.04 Support for Fedora 22 Support for installing aarch64 guests Support for installing POWER guests Support for install arm 32-bit guests A tarball and zipfile of this release is available on the Github releases page: . Packages for Rawhide, Fedora-21, Fedora-22, EPEL-7, and EPEL-6 have been built in Koji and will eventually make their way to stable. Instructions on how to get and use Oz are available at . If you have questions or comments about Oz, please feel free to contact me at clalancette at, or open up an issue on the github page: . Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release through bug reports, patches, and suggestions for improvement.


  1. S├ębastien WilmetJune 29, 2015 at 2:21 PM

    Oz is also a programming language:

    1. Yeah, I actually didn't find that out until years after I named it. They are disjoint enough, though, that I don't think there is a lot of confusion (other than a bit of problem when googling).

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